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Filmstill : Karrabing Film collective, Night Time Go, 2017
Filmstill : Karrabing Film collective, Night Time Go, 2017

Art and Craft Lectures: Elizabeth A. Povinelli

For Being or to be a good future ancestor: the artistic practice of Karrabing. Building on critiques laid out in her recent book, Between Gaia and Ground, Povinelli explores the relationship between the Karrabing Film Collective’s artistic practice and their relation to their more than human ancestral world.

Elizabeth A. Povinelli is Franz Boas Professor of Anthropology & Gender Studies, Columbia University Australian Academy of the Humanities, Corresponding Fellow Professorial Fellow, Centre for Creative Futures, Charles Darwin University And and artist of the Karrabing Film Collective, Among many publications the most recently: Routes/Worldseflux/Sternberg.